BERWYN, PA — The Spotlight Concert Series at Trinity Presbyterian Church (Berwyn, PA) is thrilled to announce the final concert of the 2019 season, featuring Grammy-nominated Award Winning singer-songwriter Seth Glier on Saturday, October 5th at 7:00 PM.
Free RSVP tickets are available at https://spotlightconcert-sethglier.eventbrite.com.
“I’m a songwriter and I believe that the way in which we tell a story ultimately has the power to change the story. I think that when someone lets a song into their heart it becomes a spirit. To me, songs are mediators between the spiritual and sensual world and I think that this world is in desperate need of them.” Glier tells us.
A troubadour in every sense of the word, Seth plays over 250+ shows a year. He has co-written tunes with Livingston Taylor, Ellis Paul and Marshall Altman. He has shared the stage with artists as diverse as James Taylor, John Mayer, Mark Knopfler, Ani DiFranco, Marc Cohn, Ryan Adams, Martin Sexton, Toad The Wet Sprocket, Edwin McCain, and Ronnie Spector.
He has appeared as a main-stage artist at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival (NY) and the Kerrville Folk Festival (TX). In addition to his Grammy nomination, Seth took home Best Love Song for his track “Naia” at the 10th Annual Independent Music Awards. In 2012, “Next Right Thing” won Best Social Action Song at the Independent Music Awards.
Joining Seth Glier on stage are his friends Kelly Halloran on Fiddle and Rachel Coats on Bass.
Kelly Halloran, an international touring fiddle player, has opened for/toured in support of esteemed artists such as Judy Collins, Howard Jones, Blues Traveler, Indigo Girls, John Barrowman, Elizabeth McGovern, Ben Harper, and Shawn Colvin. Live performance credits include Jackson Browne, Dina Fanai & Bob Kinkel (Trans Siberian Orchestra), Rachael Sage, and Mary Fahl of October Project. https://www.kdfiddler.com
Rachel Coats grew up in a musical family. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from Bowling Green State University and.performs on bass, guitar, vocals and any other stringed instrument needed for a show. Rachel and her partner Lucciana Costa formed the music group “King Margo,” and they released their debut album “Barely Gettin By” in 2018. https://rachelcoats.com
The doors will open at 6:30 PM and the concert will begin at 7 PM. The concert is free, but a free-will offering is recommended. All are welcome!
Trinity Presbyterian Church is located on Berwyn Avenue, 1 block south of Route 30 (Lancaster Pike) in Berwyn, Pennsylvania. Parking is free. The GPS address for the main church parking lot is 51 Waterloo Ave, Berwyn PA, 19312. The church is one block from the Berwyn train station (Septa’s Paoli-Thorndale line).
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